With HIV on the rise, health officials make efforts to educate public on disease

October 2012
Navajo Times;10/25/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 43, pA-10
The article discusses on the efforts of Navajo Nation health officials for educating the public in Navajo Indian Reservation on HIV and AIDS.


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